Safety Training

MANCHESTER, GA, USA (3/17/16)-Volunteer Malik Jackson, 20, from St. Mary's College of Maryland, participates in a Collegiate Challenge Build. Students from St. Mary's College of Maryland have been returning to build in the same town for the last nine years. © Habitat for Humanity International/Ezra Millstein


Join Habitat for Humanity for this important Safety Training! June 20-21


Sign UpAnyone who operates a construction site or is associated with construction activities.  It is an OSHA requirement that you have a trained “Competent Person” on the job site.  If you do not have such a person on a site, you could be risking more than you may realize!


Wichita Habitat for Humanity is hosting this safety training for anyone involved in construction, including staff and volunteers. Class size is limited to 30 people so be sure to register soon!

The training will be led by Phil Upton, HFHI Master Safety Trainer.

Tuesday and Wednesday
June 20&21
OSHA Construction Training – $150
(2-day course | 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.)

**Registration fees will cover materials, lunch and snacks.

Attendees will be tested, and certified as a “Competent Person” upon completion of the course.

The training sessions will cover four major areas:

  • Fall Protection
  • Scaffolding (Fabricated Type, Pump Jack Type, Bracket Type)
  • General Jobsite Electrical Safety
  • Stairways and Ladders


Hotel Information:

Hotel at Old Town
830 E. 1st Street
Wichita, KS 67202
For reservations, call 1-877-265-3869 and reference the “HABITAT” block.

King Studio – $119

Double Queen – $129

Price includes breakfast, parking and wi-fi.